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Re: African-American Dockerys of Richmond County
Posted by: daisymaxwe (ID *****3291) Date: July 21, 2009 at 12:06:26
In Reply to: Re: African-American Dockerys of Richmond County by Monique Stewart of 554

I have conducted extensive research on the African-American Dockerys of Richmond County. My great-great-grandfather, Warren, was a slave on the plantation of Thomas Dockery. I have the will of Thomas Dockery that includes his name. I will be happy to share any info I have related to the families. I visited the Dockery Historic House in Richmond last year. I took pictures on Dockery Street and visited the local black cemeteries in the county.


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